For all those hooked on the Arizona Fall League baseball during the ALCS and NLCS, you can rejoice in knowing that New York Mets prospect Tim Tebow's drought is over. On Tuesday, Tebow recorded a single against Chicago Cubs prospectShow More Summary
The Chicago Cubs are back in the NLCS for the second consecutive season, and a year after getting bounced in four straight games by the New York Mets, this year's squad is even better. While returning most of the dynamic 2015 team, this...Show More Summary
Terry Collins won't commit to the New York Mets beyond the 2017 season. The 67-year-old manager said Thursday the upcoming season could be his last, according to Adam Rubin of ESPN.com. "I just need to re-evaluate at the end of this coming year what's going on, where I am, how I'm feeling," Collins said. Show More Summary
Tim Tebow’s return to athletic pursuits took a surreal turn that only added to his legend when, after his very first game with the New York Mets’ Arizona Fall League team, he stopped signing autographs to comfort and pray with a fan who had suffered a seizure. Tebow, who became a lightning rod for praise […]
New York Mets outfielder Tim Tebow was signing autographs on Tuesday after an instructional league game in Scottsdale, Arizona, when a nearby fan suffered a seizure. The former Heisman Trophy winner told reporters on Wednesday that it...Show More Summary
It was a rainy night in St. Louis. It was a chilly night against the New York Mets. It was every wretched night in every Dodgers heartbreak for the last three Octobers. It was overworked Clayton Kershaw wilting and his relievers stepping upon his slumped figure. It was the Dodgers blowing another...
Last month, the New York Mets broke the internet with they announced they were signing former NFL QB Tim Tebow to play for the Scottsdale Scorpions, one of the New York Mets’ minor-league affiliates in the Arizona Fall League. On Tuesday while signing autographs for fans, one guy started to have a seizure and according to […]
An hour or so before the National League playoffs began, a scout with one of the participating teams wondered what the New York Mets had been thinking. "Why'd they let Murphy go?" he asked, incredulously. For the record, the scout does...Show More Summary
When the New York Mets were finally able to strike a deal with Cuban outfielder Yoenis Cespedes prior to the 2016 MLB season, Mets fans, players, and front office folk alike were absolutely elated. However, when it was revealed that Cespedes’ three-year deal included an opt out after the 2016 season, we all knew that... Show More Summary
The National League Division Series field is set after the San Francisco Giants knocked off the New York Mets in the Wild Card Game, setting up the Giants for an NLDS meeting with the Chicago Cubs. Madison Bumgarner put the Giants on...Show More Summary
Photo: New York Mets closer Jeurys Familia hangs his head with the rest of Mets supporters. (Fox Sports/Kathy Willens) The Mets did not have high expectations coming out of the summer. As has been written a million times, the Mets were two games under.500 at 60-62 on August 20. Show More Summary
Think you’re a Tim Tebow expert? Or just feeling lucky? Here’s your chance to prove it. Tebow is now an outfielder for the New York Mets, and the organization recently announced it would send off the former 29-year-old Heisman winner to the Arizona Fall League (AFL) this offseason. Although he...
After grinding for months to get back into the playoffs, the New York Mets didn't last long.
For the second night in a row, the MLB Wild Card games scored the top spot in the Wednesday cable ratings with the San Francisco Giants vs New York Mets match grabbing a 2.2 rating in adults 18-49 on ESPN. A late-night edition of “SportsCenter” won a 1.2 for the network as well. Show More Summary
Plenty of viewers tuned in for ESPN’s telecast of the National League Wild Card Game between the San Francisco Giants and New York Mets Wednesday night. Actually, more people tuned in for the broadcast than any other ESPN MLB Wild Card Game that the network previously carried. Show More Summary
Humm-baby! Oh, you were worried, were you? Never fear, the Giants are here. In spectacular fashion, they’ve shown up for October. Last night’s Wild Card game against the New York Mets was clinched due in large part to Madison Bumgarner...Show More Summary
ESPN stepped up to the plate in a big way Wednesday night. The Worldwide Leader said today that its coverage of the San Francisco Giants’ nail-biting win over the New York Mets was the highest-rated MLB Wild Card Game since the play-in contests began in 2012, gloving a 5.8 overnight rating. Show More Summary
Manager Terry Collins didn't hesitate to use his All-Star closer like his counterpart Buck Showalter did, but the results for New York Mets were the same as they were for the Baltimore Orioles in the Wild Card Game—an abrupt end to a...Show More Summary
Fact: San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner threw a complete-game shutout against the New York Mets on Wednesday night, the third of his postseason career. He is now tied for the second-most complete-game shutouts in postseason...Show More Summary
Noah Syndergaard did all he could to deliver a Wild Card win to the New York Mets on Wednesday night, but it wasn’t enough as closer (...)